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Camp Chef Home Seasoned Cast Iron Bread Pan
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Camp Chef: the Way to Cook Outdoors Bake bread in this pan and your family will beg for more. The Cast Iron Bread Pan offers even heat distribution giving your bread a golden brown crust. Decorative handles are added for convenience. This cast iron piece comes pre-seasoned with Camp Chef’s “True Seasoned Finish” giving it a natural cooking surface that is ready to use out of the box.
Features: • True Seasoned Finished cast iron • Decorative molded cast iron handles • Bake perfect shaped loaves of gourmet breads in a pan that will last a lifetime
Specifications • 5.25" x 11" pan
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Top Customer Reviews
To help your dough rise, just put your empty pan in the oven for 10 minutes while your oven pre-heats, and then brush butter on the sides of the pan, and put your dough in the warm pan til it rises above the top of the pan (the cast iron will hold enough residual heat to help your dough rise, which is amazing!)
I guess these two steps worked out, because the bread slid right out of the pan when it was done baking; absolutely no problems with sticking!
All in all, I think I'll be baking most of my own bread from now on, and this pan made my first time baking bread a really easy and fun experience
The texture of the interior's a bit rough compared with some of my more expensive cast iron cookware, but nevertheless, it made a gorgeous loaf of yeast bread.
The pan is pre-seasoned, but I seasoned it again after washing and put it in the oven on 200 degrees to dry. It was still warm when my dough was ready to rise a second time and the result was spectacular.
Don't hesitate, buy this pan.